Safety Starts with You

Help keep our buses, trains and transit hubs safe by staying alert and keeping a watchful eye on your surroundings. Guidelines developed by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) are available through our website to help you recognize the signs of terrorist activities. In the event you encounter a suspicious package or individual, immediately contact RTD Transit Watch. Transit Watch can also be used to report other safety and security concerns, such as an icy staircase or disorderly conduct.

The Transit Watch App

With RTD’s Transit Watch app, you never ride alone. The app is a quick, easy and anonymous way for riders to communicate directly to Transit Police about safety and security concerns. App users have the option of directly calling Transit Police or sending an incident message. Don’t have a smart phone? Call, email or text RTD Transit Watch for immediate assistance or use the emergency telephones located on our rail platforms and Park-n-Rides.

Download the free RTD Transit Watch app:

Download the RTD Transit Watch app on the Google Play Store Download the RTD Transit Watch app on the App Store





DenverTrack Badge

Our partners at the Denver Police Department are committed to reducing auto thefts in Denver with their DenverTrack program. DenverTracks works with vehicle GPS systems to track stolen vehicles in real time. To learn more and register your vehicle, click here.

Contact Transit Watch

Report safety and security concerns 24/7 to RTD Transit Watch:

See Something, Say Something

The national “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign was developed by the DHS to raise public awareness about the indicators of terrorism-related activity and to emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity to local police.